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1. Foraging of royal penguins and its relationship to the Antarctic Polar Frontal Zone [ASAC_1001]
The factors that control the number of animals in a population are often difficult to understand. However, this basic understanding is central to managing those populations and assessing how they ...


2. Food Consumption and Foraging Success of Free-ranging Southern Elephant Seals [ASAC_769]
Elephant seals use a suite of physiological and behavioural mechanisms to maximise the time they can be submerged. Of these hypo-metabolism is one of the most important, so this study quantified maximum ...


3. Food consumption and energy expenditure of free ranging southern elephant seals [ASAC_857]
Elephant seals use a suite of physiological and behavioural mechanisms to maximise the time they can be submerged. Of these hypo-metabolism is one of the most important, so this study quantified maximum ...


4. Maternal Attendance and Pup Growth in Fur Seals (Arctocephalus spp.) at Macquarie and Heard Islands [ASAC_132]
Taken from the abstract of the referenced papers: Maternal attendance behaviour was studies in Antarctic (Arctocephalus gazella) and subantarctic fur seals (Arctocephalus tropicalis) which breed ...


5. Mariana common moorhen telemetry data - 2001 [USGS_FRESC_307_Mariana_moorhen_telemetry]
This data set consists of spreadsheets containing gps locations and bearings to common moorhen sightings. Data were collected in the wet and dry seasons in 2001.


6. ANTAVIA-DiveKing [scarmarbin_2137]
Dive, temperature and acceleration data, obtained via animal-attached data recorders, of known-age and sex king penguins from Crozet archipelago.


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